All Points East Festival Ticket Giveaway (Bring Me The Horizon) | Rebellious Noise

Justin is back but he’s a bit too eager to present the Queue & A again and gets desperate for interviews as Scott tries to giveaway 5 pairs of tickets to the All Points East Festival for the date headlined by Bring Me The Horizon.

Appearing alongside BMTH at London’s Victoria Park on Friday 31st May 2019 will be Sleeping With Sirens, Architects, While She Sleeps, Employed To Serve, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd, Yonaka, Lotus Eater, and Alice Glass.

We are allowing up to nine entries per person for the chance to win a one of the five pairs of tickets to the festival so make sure you watch the video and follow the instructions to be in with a chance of winning.


Full Terms & Conditions can be found here


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All Points East 2019 – Ticket Giveaway – Terms and Conditions

Bring Me The Horizon will be headlining All Points East Festival at London’s Victoria Park on Friday 31st May 2019. They will be appearing alongside Sleeping With Sirens, Architects, While She Sleeps, Employed To Sleep, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd, Yonka, Lotus Eater, and Alice Glass.
And YOU could be there!

We have FIVE PAIRS of tickets to GIVE AWAY. All you will need to do is enter the ballot to be in with a chance of winning.

Watch this video to find out more.



The Competition

The competition is enter a ballot in order to win tickets for the All Points East Festival, headlined by Bring Me The Horizon on Friday 31st May 2019, and is non-transferrable to any other festival dates.

Competition will run from 10:00pm on Saturday 11th May 2019  until 11:59pm on Thursday 16th May 2019.

All entrants must be 18 or over as must potential guests. (The festival reserve the right to ask for age verifying identification on the day.)

Winners will be randomly selected on Friday 17th May 2019, and the winners will be contacted by 3pm.

Winners of the competition MUST be present at the festival in order for both them and their guests to gain entry.

Winners will be responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodation if not based in London.

Entry to the Competion Ballot

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(Maximum nine entries per person/Maximum of one entry per social media platform)

All Entrants Must be 18 or Over.

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Rebellious Noise Ltd. will not keep or pass on any personal details to any third parties.

By Entering this ballot you agree for Rebellious Noise to pass your preferred email address to All Points East Festival ONLY.

The Legal Stuff

Rebellious Noise Ltd. Are running this competition on behalf of All Points East Festival, and therefore are not responsible for any event cancellations.

All Points East Festival will have final say over any decisions regarding the event.

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A look at the Undiscovered Live Music Project 2019

The Undiscovered Live Music Project is a songwriting and performance competition that happens annually in Essex. Run by the Essex Music Development Agency, I’ve seen first hand how the Undiscovered Contest can help launch a music career.

The contest has run since 2009, and is split into bands and solo acts. The prize is 3 day’s recording time at Brentwood’s beloved youth club, The Hermit, a single release, and a music video. I’ve been following the project massively this year, attending all the heats as I took the crown as the Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Best Solo Act 2018, and so have had the privilege to play the heats across Essex this year as a guest act, as well as judging some of the band heats.

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My journey with Undiscovered began when I watched my favourite unsigned band, Dead Baby Birds, compete around 5 years ago, but I didn’t know fully what the project did. In 2017, I met a remarkable artist, Katy Forkings, who is the Undiscovered Best Solo Act 2017, and seeing how well she was doing post the contest, I applied.

I’m not sure how my 2018 would have gone without this contest. It has given me the chance to work with a band, including Dead Baby Birds’ Sam Laughlin and Tristan Embleton, who have now split. It’s also allowed me to network with musicians and I now have a guitarist, Nicole who also performed in Let’s Be Strange, a band who reached the final last year and who are competing in this year’s heats.

Nicole (Lets Be Strange)

I’ve released my debut EP ‘Anaphase’ on disc, and my debut single ‘Accessory’ with my next single, sponsored by undiscovered ‘Time’. I have attended most of the Undiscovered heats this year. I’m focusing on the Undiscovered Live Music Project Bands Final, which gained its last band on the line on Saturday 23rd February 2019.

Undiscovered travels across Essex to find its bands with heats in Chelmsford, Southend, Colchester, Basildon and for under 18s, Brentwood. I’ve been lucky to headline these nights as the Undiscovered Solo Winner 2018, and have also been asked to judge.

Our Undiscovered Live Music Project Band Final 2019 will be held at Colchester Arts Centre and will feature the following bands. The Waterfalls, from Southend, who raised the roof at their heat in the Chinnerys. An energised performance with a strong fan base gave them their ticket to the final. Rolled Up Sleeves, from the Basildon heat, create sophisticated rock music and have a stage presence I struggled to take my eyes away from. Unit 33, from Colchester’s Three Wise Monkeys, have a strong vocalist and rock arrangement behind them. Children of the Fuzz, took the last win for the final spot on Saturday 23rd February 2019. They’re a funky band with a strong rapport and image and I look forward to seeing them again in the final.

Finally, our wildcard this year is Vivacity, who also performed at the Southend Chinnerys heat. An indie and current band with a lead singer who plays an acoustic guitar, unlike the other bands in the final. I really enjoyed this band and have since listened to their recordings on Spotify which I found to be beautiful musically.

The Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Band Final will take place on Saturday 16th March at Colchester Arts Centre and the headlining guest act will be this year’s Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Solo Winner, my successor, Chameleon who I’m so proud of for gaining her title.


With this year’s competition still wide open, there is no saying who is going to be victorious this time around.

Buy Tickets To The Final HERE!

If you think you have what it takes to win, you can enter next year’s competition via the link below.

Click Here to Apply for 2020


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The Prodigy band mate says Keith Flint died by suicide

As news continues to come about about the sudden passing of Keith Flint we are saddened to hear that the singer had allegedly “took his own life” according to band mate Liam Howlett. It had originally been reported by Essex Police that the 49 year old’s death was not being treated as suspicious and fans expressed their sadness online as the band announced that the rumours that Keith had died were true via social media. A post that appears to have been made by Liam on their official Instagram account said “I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend” and went on to express his hurt.


A spokesperson for the Police said “We were called to concerns for the welfare of a man at an address in Brook Hill, North End, just after 8.10am on Monday“, it is unknown who the person that raised the alarm was but it is believed that Keith’s wife Mayumi Kai was in Japan at the time of his death.

The Prodigy were still very much active and were scheduled to make upcoming festival appearances having released new music in November and were right in the thick of the promotion cycle for that album which adds to the shock for many fans. There seems to be somewhat of an epidemic in recent years of successful middle aged musicians taking their own lives whilst still in the thick of things with Chester Bennington committing suicide not long after Linkin Park had released new material and Chris Cornell taking his own life whilst on tour.

Our hearts go out to all those effected by this loss and we would encourage anyone dealing with the effects of suicide or mental health struggles to seek help from organisations such as Mind.

The Prodigy singer Keith Flint found dead

Police were called to the iconic singers home in Essex after “concerns for the welfare of a man at just after 8.10am on Monday” and found the 49 year old dead at the scene.

Essex Police remains at the property this morning and have stated that the death is not being treated as suspicious. (Update: band mate says the singer died by suicide)

The Prodigy reached the top of the UK chats with their hits ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Breathe’ in 1996 and would earn six number one albums to add to their legacy.

A UK based band that truly broke boundaries around the world from unconventional chart toppers to blurring genres lines with their huge influence on musicians from all walks of life.

A sad day for British music, Rest in Peace Keith Flint. Your anthems will live on.

Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has died

It’s with a heavy heart that we announce that Chester Bennington has reportedly committed suicide by hanging. The Linkin Park singers body is said to been found this morning at 9.

The singer had explained his battle with suicidal thoughts throughout the years as well as battles with addiction. Today would have been Chris Cornell’s 53rd Birthday, Cornell was a close friend of Bennington and recently died in the same way.

Chester Bennington was 41.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Chester Bennington’s family, friends and loved ones

Medical officials say Chris Cornell died by hanging himself

This story has been developing all day and it has now been revealed by the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office that “The cause of death has been determined as hanging by suicide” after initial examination. The story broke earlier that Chris Cornell had died at the sudden age of 52 and then reports throughout the day began to suggest that the Soundgarden and Audioslave front man may have died from an apparent suicide and it has now been confirmed by the medical office in charge of the case. They also added that a full autopsy is yet to be completed. The news comes after Detroit Free Press reported that Dontae Freeman of the Detroit Police social media team said that the singer had been found with “a band around his neck” in a hotel room at the MGM Grand Detroit hotel.

Earlier we reported that Chris Cornell had been tweeting about getting back on stage just before the Soundgarden concert in Detroit and that the last song he sang with the band was  “Slaves & Bulldozers” which included a rendition of “In My Time of Dying“, a song by Led Zeppelin which comes from a gospel song also named “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” and has been performed by Bob Dylan. The song features lyrics about dying and many have been speculating the significance of the bands finale. It has been noted that Chris Cornell also mentioned on stage “the next place we play” and seemed to be in good spirits during the show.

We would once again like to offer our thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Chris Cornell. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts yourself or know somebody that is then please do not hesitate to seek help from Samaritans or call them on 116 123 in the UK.

Chris Cornell’s death being investigated as a possible suicide

Detroit Police have confirmed that they are currently investigating Chris Cornell’s untimely passing as a suicide. Officers were called to the hotel at the MGM Grand Casino in downtown Detroit and met with a friend of the singer who according to local news outlet WXYZ had been called by Chris’ wife to check on him and had found him in the en suite bathroom of the singers hotel room after having to force the door open.

Michael Woody, a spokesperson for the Detroit Police said that “When officers went to the room they found Chris Cornell laying in his bathroom, unresponsive and he had passed away. We are investigating it as a possible suicide but we need to wait on the medical examiner to determine the cause and manner of death.” he also stated that whilst the Police could not release exact details as to why they were investigating the death as a possible suicide he did say that “basic things observed at the scene” lead them to do so when speaking to Associate Press. The Wayne County Medical Examiner’s office will be making an official determination about the cause of death.

Chris had seemed to be in high spirits about the Detroit show, tweeting this image before he was to go on stage.

Soundgarden performed just hours before the vocalist was found dead and it has emerged that the last song Chris Cornell ever performed was “Slaves & Bulldozers” which included a rendition of “In My Time of Dying“, a song by Led Zeppelin which comes from a gospel song also named “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” and has been performed by Bob Dylan.

The band had played the song live a number of times over the years but it is being looked at as something quite eerie considering the recent circumstances as the songs lyrics include “In my time of dying, I want nobody to mourn / All I want for you to do is take my body home

Jesus, going to make up my dying bed/ Meet me, Jesus, meet me, Meet me in the middle of the air

 “If my wings should fail me, Lord / Please meet me with another pair.

Whilst this does not confirm anything, it does raise some questions and even if it is a coincidence, it’s a strange one at that. We would once again like to offer our thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Chris Cornell.

The video below is of the final ever performance by Chris Cornell and his Soundgarden bandmates just hours before the legendary singers death and features the cover of “In My Time of Dying” at 6:35.


Chris Cornell passes away suddenly on tour

The rock vocalist known for his time in legendary groups such as Soundgarden and Audioslave has passed away in what has been described as “sudden and unexpected” by his representative Brian Bumbery. Just hours earlier 52 year old Chris Cornell had been playing a full 20 song set with his band Soungarden at the Fox Theater in Detroit as part of a tour that was expected to continue throughout this month.

UPDATE: Police investigate as possible suicide.

Cornell started out with Soundgarden in the Seattle scene in 1984 before parting ways in 1997 and creating the “super group” Audioslave with former Rage Against The Machine members between 2002 and 2006. Soundgarden got back together in 2010 and released a new alum in 2012.

The singer also had a successful solo career, most notably providing the theme song for Casino Royale which was a Top 10 hit in the UK.

The family are working close with the medical examiner to determine the cause of death and have asked for privacy at this time.

Rebellious Noise would like to offer our thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Chris Cornell at this difficult time, Rest in Peace.


New Papa Roach album produced by fans of their ‘Infest’ sound

The Californian rock legends Papa Roach have announced their latest album “Crooked Teeth” will be released on May 19th and has been produced by Nicholas “RAS” Furlong and Colin Brittain who have come to the project with a mix of a fresh, yet nostalgic approach as first time producers and long time Papa Roach fans.

Jacoby Shaddix said The first time we met up with RAS and Colin, they said that Infest was on constant rotation when they were growing up and they wanted to bring back some of that fire” and it seems that the love for Papa Roach’s early sound is something that the producers clearly wanted to bring to their bands 9th studio album as Furlong states “The whole idea was to take the classic elements of Papa Roach that everyone loved and revamp them into a modern version of the sound through the creative process, and we ended up with a bold, courageous and more adventurous version of Papa Roach.

The new album is said to feature some classic Shaddix rapping and vocalist has teased that those who have wanted to hear his rapping again will be pleased at some of the viciousness on this record.

Papa Roach have already given us a taste of their new album with two new songs including “Help” which was released earlier this month on streaming services debuting as #1 Most Added at Active Rock and is currently #6 with 4 million streams.  The band also released the title track “Crooked Teeth” at the end of 2016, which features a more old-school Papa Roach sound.

Check out our video interviewing Papa Roach fans about “Infest” on our show the Queue & A outside one of their shows in London.